Empty weight C.G. range Maximum weight
Control surface movements
Pratt & Whitney Military model R-1340-47, R-1340-49, R-1340-AN-1 or R-1340-36 87 min. grade aviation gasoline
(Sea level) 34.0 in.Hg., 2200 rpm (550 hp)
(5000 ft.) 32.5 in.Hg., 2200 rpm (550 hp) Takeoff (one minute),
36.0 in.Hg., 2250 rpm (600 hp)
Serial Nos. eligible
Level flight or climb Glide or dive
189 mph (164 knots) True Ind. 226 mph (197 knots) True Ind. 115 mph ( 97 knots) True Ind.
(+27.5) to (+32.5) with landing gear extended.
2 (+45 and +97) (See Items 408 and 409 for 3 or 4-place) 100 lbs. (+126)
111 gals. (+36) (Two 55.5 gal. tanks in wing center section)
(20 gal. reserve included in 55.5 gal. capacity of left tank)
Note: In addition to the above, Models T-6G incorporate an additional 29 gals. (+50). (Two internal bladder cells in outer wing panel, 14.5 gals. each side).
10 gals. (-9)
Elevators Up 30°
Elevator trim tabs Up 8°
Ailerons Up 29°
Aileron balance tabs Up 15°
Rudder Right 35°
Rudder trim tab Right 4°
Note: Aileron balance tabs may be used in fixed positions as trim tabs. On some of the models AT-6C and on all of the models AT-6D, AT-6F and T-6G the rudder and aileron control systems have been modified per North American Dwg. 88-05016. The pertinent control surface movements for these aircraft are as follows:
Ailerons Up 14° Down 16° Rudder Right 30° Left 30°
All serial numbers of aircraft models covered by this section. (Manufacturer’s serial number will be found stamped on same identification plate with the military serial number.) Harvard II aircraft manufactured in the United States:
Manufacturer’s serial Nos. 66-2234 through 66-2833, 75-3048 through 75-3057, 75-3418 through 75-3507, 76-3508 through 76-3957, 81-4008 through 81-4132. (See NOTE 4).
In addition to the pertinent required basic equipment specified in CAR 4a, the following items of equipment must be installed:
|Registration Number||Date of Manufacture|
|Advanced Fighter Trainer “The Pilot Maker “||Texan|
|North American AT-6/SNJ||42 feet .25 inches|
|Overall length:||Empty weight:|
|29 feet 6 inches||4158 pounds|
|Gross weight:||Fuel capacity:|
|5300 pounds||110 gallons/ 550 miles|
|Oil capacity||Engine type:|
|10 Gallons||Single 600 hp Pratt & Whitney R1340 AN-1 radial piston engine|
|Propeller type:||Max Speed|
|Hamilton Standard 12D40||226 mph|
|Rate of Climb||Cruise Speed|
|Service Ceiling||Number of Crew|
|3 30 cal Machine guns nose and wings||2 250 lb bombs under wings or several rockets|
|Number Built||Number Surviving|
IRAN stands for Inspect-Repair-As-Necessary…this plane was IRAN’d in the mid 90’s and was completely repainted interior and exterior in the early 2000’s
The engine overhaul was also done in the late 90’s by Covington.
Recently all new Avionics and overhauled Instruments.
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